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Water Purity Boosted at IBMS Congress

Aug 14 2013 Comments 1

Purite (UK) will show how its water purification systems actively improve performance for many laboratory customers around the world at the Institute of Biomedical Science Congress in Birmingham in September. On show will be Purite’s popular centralised water purification and distribution unit the Integra HP. The unit automatically provides a reliable, high quality, continuous pure water supply, for chemical and clinical analysers and other laboratory equipment, saving time and granting a vital level of precision and reliability for laboratory users.

The Integra HP, which has been installed in laboratories around the world, is one of Purite’s most popular automatic water purification and distribution systems. The compact yet robust nature of the system makes it ideal for laboratories that require outstanding and reliable water purification with additional versatility and features.

Purite will also be exhibiting its extensive range of water purification products specially designed for use within laboratories. These include the extensive Select Range which comprises of the Descale, HP, Analyst, Fusion and Neptune. These systems cover the extensive range of water purification requirements for laboratories, in terms of levels of purification and volume, and comply with all current standards and legislation.

“The IBMS conference is one of the most well respected exhibitions that cater for the laboratory and biomedical industry,” says Steve Mines, Sales Manager at Purite.  “We are looking forward to introducing our water purification products to professionals within the industry. We will also showcase how we have actively improved performance for many laboratories around the world with our innovative water purification solutions.”

As is the case with every exhibition that Purite attend, free wash bottles and memory sticks will be given to all visitors with enquiries on Purite’s stand.

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Adam

Aug 15 2013

Although this system does not look like a reverse osmosis system, that is what is usually used in laboratories. I didn't think there was a better water purification process more advanced that reverse osmosis.


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